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Monday, July 13, 2009

WoW Beginners Guide - Hints For New World of Warcraft Players

WoW Beginners Guide - Hints For New World of Warcraft Players
Are you a WoW newbie? World of Warcraft is a very fun game, but it's also extremely comprehensive. There is so much you'll need to learn if you want to make it to the top. If you've played other MMORGP's, then you may have a basic understanding of WoW, but there is still a whole lot to learn.

To get you started, here are a few basic, beginner tips:

1. A mob's color and label indicate how easy or difficult it is. If you run across enemies or wild beasts such as wolves and bears that have a gray level indicator, then you won't get any XP (experience points) for killing them. If the level indicator is red with "???", then stay away from that enemy at all costs. It's way beyond your level and it will kill you within just a few hits.

2. Make sure you always carefully look over your map and follow your compass correctly. This tip may seem like a no brainer, but you'll be surprised as to how easy it is for World of Warcraft beginners to get lost!

3. Download some free add-ons in order to get coordinance and automatic tracking assistance. They are easy to install, and you'll be glad that you took the time to download and install them. Carbonite and TomTom are two popular choices that many World of Warcraft players use.

4. Watch out for "elite" mobs. They are much harder to kill than ordinary enemies. Even if you come across an elite that is the same level as you, be careful when fighting it---especially if there are other mobs near it. You may end up being attacked by the elite AND other mobs at the same time.

5. If you are playing on a PVE server, and don't want to engage in PVP combat in a contested area, then don't fight any PVP guards. If they come after you, just run away. Don't try to fight them, even if you think you can take them. If you do fight a PVP NPC back, then you will automatically be flagged, and any high level players of the opposite faction may kill you.

If you're just beginning to play WoW, whether as an Alliance player or Horde, then these five tips will help you get started. Even if you're completely new to the online gaming world, these hints will make everything a bit easier on you.


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